All Bits Equalis creating Interactive Stories, Apps, Games & Tutorials
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Every single bit counts and all bits are equal. By supporting me even with the tiniest amount, you do me great favour with your display of respect and goodwill.
Thank you kindly!
P.S.: Can't go wrong with an imp, they are always in great demand!
Going the extra mile? Much appreciated. You will be allowed to cast a regular vote on upcoming new features and articles/tutorials and I will upgrade your Discord Badge.
Thank you kindly, you are a good person!
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You get all the lower tiers, another Discord Badge Upgrade and early access to my projects and article drafts.
Thank you so so much, you are awesome!
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About All Bits Equal
I’m a Berlin-based Web/App Developer & father, doing freelance and part-time agency work since 2003 while building stuff on the side, writing tutorials and attending conferences.
- - - - What I love doing - - - -
I'm currently working on interactive fiction games, that can be played online (web/mobile) in any browser and I have definite plans to bring those stories to both Android and iOS App Stores as soon as possible with native apps. Meanwhile, I'm prototyping small RPG and Puzzle Game Projects using React/Expo for native gameplay on all devices.
- - - - What I'm also doing - - - -
As I'm currently not selling my games and apps, I'm using my available time to work as a Web Developer from 9 to 5 and code at night.
I also love talking, so feel free to contact me for a conference session or try to book me for a session at one of your offices.
- - - - About My Past - - - -
I'm a web developer (born '82) living in Berlin, Germany. I build websites, apps, and other online stuff since 2006 and it never gets old. I spent some time with my A levels / Abitur, as a trainee at SIEMENS and went to college afterwards until all the theoretical learning got a bit stale and I started working both freelance and for a handful of web agencies.